Lois Lerner Calls Conservatives [Expletive Deleted] in Recovered Email That Says It All

 

According to a bipartisan report released earlier this week by the Senate Finance Committee, emails sent by Lois Lerner during her time at the Internal Revenue Service show that she was deeply committed to the Democratic Party and had a strong dislike for conservative, Tea Party organizations that sought tax-exempt organizations from the agency.

In the emails, Lerner would describe the groups as “crazies” and “a–holes” that were working to bring about “an end to America” through the U.S. Supreme Court case Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission.

WASHINGTON, DC: Internal Revenue Service Director of Exempt Organizations Lois Lerner (L) makes a statement during a hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee with Deputy Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin May 22, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee is investigating allegations that the IRS targeted conservative non-profit organizations with the words “tea party” and “constitution” in their names for additional scrutiny. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC: Internal Revenue Service Director of Exempt Organizations Lois Lerner (L) makes a statement during a hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee with Deputy Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin May 22, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee is investigating allegations that the IRS targeted conservative non-profit organizations with the words “tea party” and “constitution” in their names for additional scrutiny. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Committee chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) said in a press release accompanying the report:

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“This bipartisan investigation shows gross mismanagement at the highest levels of the IRS and confirms an unacceptable truth: that the IRS is prone to abuse.

“The Committee found evidence that the administration’s political agenda guided the IRS’s actions with respect to their treatment of conservative groups. Personal politics of IRS employees, such as Lois Lerner, also impacted how the IRS conducted its business.

“American taxpayers should expect more from the IRS and deserve an IRS that lives up to its mission statement of administering the tax laws fairly and impartially – regardless of political affiliation.”
Some of the conversations took place between Lerner and her husband, Michael Miles, a tax attorney at a firm with strong connections to the Obama administration.

He wrote to her in November 2012:

“Well, you should hear the whacko wing of the GOP. The US is through; too many foreigners sucking the teat; time to hunker down, buy ammo and food, and prepare for the end. The right wing radio shows are scary to listen to.”
To which she replied:

“Great. Maybe we are through if there are that many a–holes.”
In a subsequent email, she declared “WooHoo” after learning that Democrats would maintain the majority in the Senate following the 2012 elections.

Lerner also discussed via email the idea of auditing a teen pregnancy organization linked to Bristol Palin, the daughter of 2008 Vice Presidential nominee – and Tea Party favorite – Sarah Palin. The report says that Lerner came up with the idea after learning that the group was paying Palin, who announced earlier this year that she is pregnant with her second child, more than $332,500 for her work with them.


In total, the committee sifted through thousands of emails sent and received by Lerner, including 1,300 messages recovered after the IRS declared them to be lost as a result of a damaged hard drive.

Lerner served in her position as director of exempt organizations for the IRS from 2006 until 2013, when she was placed on administrative leave following an inspector general’s report citing the targeting of conservative tax-exempt applicants under her watch.